We all have things that we don’t want to do, especially tasks that we find boring, repetitive or challenging. This could be tasks at work, household chores or studying. Procrastination becomes a problem for us if we get into the habit of pushing things away and avoiding doing whatever it is that generally requires our immediate attention.

What are the symptoms of procrastination?

  • Feeling easily distracted
  • Feeling overwhelmed and stressed
  • Difficulty organising yourself
  • Low motivation
  • Low self-esteem
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • High stress
  • Poor performance at work / school

How can psychology and counselling help?

We can help you manage procrastination by increasing your motivation, dealing with the underlying reasons behind your procrastinating and teaching you practical strategies to get through the tasks you have to do.